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't down on 10, it is in downtown los angeles. bank robbery suspects. four suspects accused of robbing a bank near the magic mountain area. two of those suspects along the way have now jumped out of the car. this thinking down about three different freeways now it is on certain streets in downtown. speeds have been cropped upwards of 110 miles per hour in a black bulbul. down the 110, hitting about 70 miles per hour. the traffic downtown, he hit congestion, decided to get off, and now, as you can see, at one point there were a dozen patrol cars chasing this guy. they want this guy badly because this is an armed bank robbery, and there is believe that this guy would be on the inside. with at least one suspect with him. clearly they are paying very close attention to him. you see a couple of times that the cops had an opportunity to do a pit maneuver that we have seen so many times. in this case, not knowing if weapons might be there, they are airing on the side of caution. we know that there are three or four different television help helicopters that are following this and it appears t
by some california landmarks. right now over los angeles on its way to permanent display at the california science consider. adam housley live at lax with more. >> reporter: a proud day to be an american. it took off his morning, flew north to sacramento over the say the capitol. flew over the golden gate bridge. it's headed down the coast towards the los angeles basin. we are told it's in the malibu area and it should be coming to where we are located in 45 minutes. it left southern california in 1991 as a replacement for challenger. not returns to its full-time home later today. we spoke with tom jones who has been on two shuttle mission. he says it was an important shuttle to for everyone involved and he's going to miss it. >> i think of it as a home. it's where i lived for three weeks. for me it was a magical vehicle that took me on the dream of a lifetime. >> reporter: this shuttle tour has overwhelmed southern california. there are thousands of people literally all over the big-time landmarks. griffith park, the getty museum. all around southern california people have come out. a lot
jon: well, a los angeles man won the championship in the men's competition, the women's title goes to competitor from sweden. thank heavens for hay bales! jenna: have you tried skateboarding? jon: i've never tried it. thanks for joining us. jenna: "america live" starts right now. megyn: fox news alert and welcome to charlotte as the democrats get ready to begin the democratic national convention and right at the start of the romney/ryan general election push, we get an ugly reminder on america's debt that provides a challenge to both camps. welcome to "america live," everyone, i'm megyn kelly reporting from the site of the dnc here in charlotte, north carolina. we are roughly 24 hours right now from the start of the convention, and we expect be reporting from the treasury department around this same time tomorrow of an ugly new landmark for this country. our debt has hit a new high, reaching the $16 trillion mark. for the first time ever. $16 trillion. both campaigns are on the trail today with president obama in toledo, ohio, rallying union supporters on this labor day, and on the
in the teleprompter when the los angeles mayor was calling for that vote? it was already loaded with a script that read, quote, in the opinion of the chair two-thirds having voted in the affirmative, so there was a question about whether they understood that the crowd would be more in favor of that vote than it turned out to be. chris stirewalt is our fox news digital politics editor and host of foxnews.comlive. taking a look at some of the comments across the ideological spectrum what we watched on this floor, a bad fumble, awkward embarrassing. beyond awkward, embarrassing stupid, an unforced error, chaos others went onto say. this is not what the democrats wanted us to be talking about yesterday and yet everyone was talking about it. >> you had to because it was so weird. it was an unforced error. you saw when the obama administration and the campaign, the white house, the president himself swung into action they were coming in to say, stop doing it wrong, fix this. whether or not they thought they should have done it in the first place there is some indications that poor core owe booker t
: the mayor of los angeles, the chairman of this convention said today he deserve an "a" for effort. suggesting he gets an "a" for effort for trying to do a good job and turn this economy around. the big question for the president thursday night is what have you actually done, what's the record, megyn. megyn: what happens when you get an incomplete in a class. now i sounds like my nana. when i went to school and you got an incomplete it counts as zero. and you had to retake it class. maybe that's what president obama wants to start at beginning and get another four years. >> reporter: i got a lot of those and got in trouble with my mom but it forced me to go back to the table and do better. all right, ed, thank you. this is what happens when you have brit hume out here. he has a few opinions about the news. how big a deal would this economy question be in november? just ahead we'll have a fair and balanced debate with ed rollins and joe trippi. is incomplete acceptable? that's coming up. the gop made the country's soaring debt a key theme of its national convention putting the debt
is a teacher in a private school in los angeles. she makes $40,000 a year and doesn't get many benefits from it. if she had a class that wasn't proficient in reading or couldn't finish high school, she would be fired from that job in california in a private school system. the public school system in chicago is an example. they have no right to ask for more money and walk off the job and leave the children hang. megyn: the schools are among the worst in the country. apparently it is 6 in 10 among african-american and his andic boys. 3-in-1 00 that go on. they make $71,000 on average. that doesn't include the pension and benefits worth $15,000 a year. they want a 35% pay increase. they are going to keep 350,000-plus school kids out of school. should the white house weigh in on this? >> absolutely. where is the president of united states? he's from chicago. those are his children. where is the president on this? absent without leave. megyn: we are going to talk about that on the other side of this break and talk about the difference to the white house reaction to the wisconsin dust-up versus the c
live from our los angeles bureau. he has been at the forefront from the beginning on this. what do we know? >> reporter: the attorney general said he would only fire or discipline people after the report has been released. jason weinstein is out. let's go to this full screen of what we believe the report is saying. it does place primary blame on the field safety and the i.s. attorney's office in arizona for bad strategy. but it appears to exonerate attorney general eric holder that he was not informed of operation fast & furious. that he knew about the tactics involved. that he did not know about gun walking prior to the public finding it out and the chief of staff who is now his chief of staff as well as the acting deputy attorney general, despite receiving a detailed briefing on operation fast & furious. despite the number of guns going down to mexico. the term gun walking was never used and therefore he could not be blamed for know being this stuff beforehand. now, so we have seen jason weinstein being disciplined. we are led to believe in the next 48 hours there may be actions tak
in los angeles gets $58,000 a year. mr. adams wants $510,000 a year for his one-year in bell. looking forward to taking all of bell's money. >>shepard: the news begins anew, we are learning more about what the white house knew and when in libya. sources say intelligence agents knew it was a terror strike within a delay, something that says it was the work of a spontaneous mob. the president and governor romney again battling out in the same state today. this time, virginia, where the poll shows it could go either way on election day. the nfl's real referees, at long last, finally ready for so
the mountains. if you are flying into la -- flo los angeles from the east, they are to the right. 4,000 acres burned. 400 firefighters are on this fire. there are 30 engines, six helicopters and one tanker. the cause is under investigation. at this hour it's not threatening any major housing developments. the bad news is it's a popular weekend. 12,000 people would normally go up into these mountains to camp. they have all been evacuated not necessarily because of the threat of the fire but firefighters needed actos to this fire. it could potentially become a problem depending on which way it goes. there aren't a lot of winds in southern california. there is a small wind but not a bad one like you would see in the typical fires we have when the santa anas come through 60-70 miles an hour. these winds are that. but things are tinder dry across the west. as we look at the budgets from the states, many of them have exceeded the money they set aside for this fire season and we still have a couple months to go. we are told this fire is 5% contained and there is nobody threatened as of this hour. me
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